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Celebs launch Poppy Appeal

25th October 2019

Falkirk-born James Cosmo, who starred in the Trainspotting films and Braveheart alongside Mel Gibson, said: “I am proud to lend my support to this year’s Scottish Poppy Appeal and to do my little bit to encourage us all to contribute to Poppyscotland as they continue their ongoin…
The survey also found that shoppers are adopting new habits since the levy’s introduction, with almost eight in 10 people (78%) saying they now reuse plastic bags more often and less than one in five (17%) saying they resent having to pay for their shopping bags. Even fewer peopl…
With over 1,200 delegates from 40 countries in attendance, the internationally renowned conference brings together policy makers, social enterprise leaders and the private sector to create new partnerships. She said: “Social enterprises at home and abroad make a valuable economic…
Andrew Douglas, secured £25,000 through the Build It award to develop his idea Scotland All-Strong. Scotland All-Strong is a not-for-profit social enterprise working in the heart of Perth to provide and promote fitness, strength, guided relaxation and peer support for mental heal…
Bank of Scotland Foundation, an independent charity supporting people and their local communities across Scotland, has started to expand its funding programmes. ‘Supporting Positive Change Across Scotland’ is the Foundation’s five-year strategic plan which will se…
A message on the Paddle Steamer Preservation Society website (PSPS) read: "The running total for Waverley's Boiler Refit Appeal has now passed the £2m milestone thanks to the continued generosity of PSPS members and many other individuals. "Since the appeal was officially launche…
The Dream Fund has been developed to give charities the chance to deliver the project they have always dreamed of, but never had the opportunity to bring to life. The Dream Fund allows charities to apply for up to £1.5 million to deliver their ‘dream’ project over…

Climate Challenge Fund open

21st August 2019

The Scottish Government’s Climate Challenge Fund (CCF) is open for a new round of applications. Funding is available of up to £100,000 per organisation, per year for the next two financial years 2020-2022. The CCF supports community-led organisations in Scotland to tackle…
This is one of a range of measures that will be implemented in response to the findings of an expert panel set up to advise on how Scotland can tackle the number of single-use cups used in the country – which is estimated based on current usage to reach 310 million a year by 2025…
The challenging financial situation facing the voluntary sector is the main contributor to stress with charities citing increasing demands on staff (78%), lack of resources (7 5%) and reduced funding (74%) as the main drivers of the problem. Vicarious trauma was also seen as a ma…

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